The Nissan Leaf has been the flagship of technical innovation for the Japanese automaker, hailed as the world's first mass-market electric car.
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Earlier this week, Nissan announced it was opening a new R&D facility in Silicon Valley to develop technologies related to autonomous driving.
Announced earlier today, Nissan and General Motors have signed an agreement for Nissan to produce a small cargo vehicle for GM to sell in the U.S.